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U.S. Border Patrol Sees 70-Percent Spike in Assaults
Gov’t Acknowledges Thousands Released from Jails
Immigration Reform Could Overwhelm the Agencies that Have to Implement It
New attention on Border Patrol technology amid sequestration
AFGE Denounces Singling Out of Border Patrol for Largest Sequestration Hit
Union says DHS decision will have dire consequences for border security.
Effective Counter-Tunnel Technology Remains Elusive, CBP Says
US border agents shift focus to Texas in effort to combat Mexican cartels
Immigration Data Tools and Applications
Man with throat slashed found at border; 2 dead in Mexico
Border Patrol agents assaulted near San Diego border
U.S. Border Patrol agents shot at in Thermal
New Border Trend: Undocumented Immigrants Want to Get Caught
The Untold History of the United States and International Crime
Migrant Workers Said Systematically Exploited in U.S.
U.S.-Canada border cooperation isn’t seamless
Border patrol agents arrest Marcos Miranda-DeJesus for murder of New Brunswick teen
Time to review trade relations with Mexico
U.S. Border Patrol Agents Arrest Subject with Outstanding INTERPOL Warrant
NEW YORK (Upstate, Niagara)
Border Patrol break up three illegal crossing attempts
69-year-old smuggler stopped by CBP
(drugs hidden inside fuel tanks)
Nogales CBP Officers Seize $1 Million Worth of Pot
(tractor trailer-pot mixed in underneath green peppers)
There MAY BE VERY graphic photographs that accompany some articles in the body of this report. It is not our intention to sensationalize. We include these photos in order to give to you, the American public, a clearer understanding of the seriousness of the situation in Mexico and Central America.
**Asterisk denotes death involving a police officer or a member of the military serving in that capacity. Some items may be from notirex.com, lapoliciaca.com or historiasdelnarco.com. Some incidents of violence may not be included here due to the large number of death reports.
NUEVO LAREDO, TAMAULIPAS
The body of a handcuffed man was left in the grass near the Monumento a los Heroes. He had been shot in the head. a narcomessage was left with the body.
Two bodies were found early Wednesday with multiple gunshot wounds. Witnesses had reported many gunshots, but were too frightened to go outside.
A Mexican national Zeta member caught trafficking drugs and other related charges was found guilty, and has been sentenced to 54 years in prison. Three other Zetas were sentenced in June 2012 to 97 years in the assassination of Allan Stowlinsky Vidaurre, a prosecutor whose dismembered body was found.
On Tuesday, Mexican military seized 30 vehicles, firearms, and drugs, arresting 9 during the operation. (Note: Reynosa is right on the border with Texas. Incidents there, such as a prison break or MX chase of cartel gunmen, often ‘spill over’ into Texas.) Seized were 13 long guns, 5 thousand 92 cartridges, 235 magazines, 13 grenades, two rocket propelled grenades, other rockets, 11.595 kilos de marijuana, 23 normal vehicles, 10 armored vehicles , 3 helmets and 3 tactical vests, 8 cartridge belts y 55 uniform pieces.
A gas station and a lemon packing business were torched by arsonists on Wednesday Mar. 13th. The attorney general’s office did not provide further information of substance. PHOTO
TIJUANA, BAJA CALIFORNIA
On Saturday, a 25 year old man was killed at ‘La Ruta’ bar on Sixth Street in Tijuana. The victim was involved in retail drug sales, and was killed by rivals aged 17 and 26 years, who were apprehended. The guns used, a 9mm and a .45 caliber, were seized. Ballistics show the weapons have been used in 10 other incidents in 2012 and 2013.
In the last M3 Report, there was a link to a story on 4 truckload’s of bodies left after shootouts there between rivals. Here’s a photo, and it can be seen where 2 others were likely parked, due to the blood on the pavement.
Attacks on Migrants in Mexico Get Sophisticated
Latin American anti-drug push hurt by budget cuts; surveillance planes, Navy ships restricted
In Mexico, Self-Defense Groups Move to Fill Security Vacuum
Analysis: Mexico peso rise tests central bank’s hands-off stance
Mexico Should Push for Updated NAFTA, Look to Asia for Trade, Official Says
4 tons of Marijuana located in Reynosa
(plus 100 kilos of cocaine and 60 kilos of suspected crystal)
Mexico’s New Boom: Why the World Should Tone Down the Hype
Amnesty International Criticizes Mexican Government Over Migrants’ Rights
Mexico Makes It
A Transformed Society, Economy, and Government
Mexico to Launch Program to Fight Hunger
Boy, Man Killed in Violence in Northern Mexican City
In Manifesto, Mexican Eco-Terrorists Declare War on Nanotechnology
Disappearances, Clandestine Graves on Rise in El Salvador
Costa Rica: Murder suspect shoots two OIJ agents, escapes
Russia helps Nicaragua bust drug cartel
Speedboat runs aground with 1,400 kilos of cocaine
5 Things the El Salvador Gang Truce Has Taught Us
Nicaragua: Watchdog group takes cedula complaints to OAS
Venezuela Leader Warns of Plot to Kill Gov’t Foe
Heroin Smuggling Ring Dismantled in Colombia
Brazil plans first nuclear submarine in a joint venture with French firm
Venezuela to investigate Chavez murder allegations
Swedish National Deported from Colombia, Convicted for Drug Trafficking in Sweden
CUBA: U.S. Interests Section information on consular procedures for travel to the United States
(Following the updating of the Cuban..Policy, U.S. confirms their regs. unchanged.)
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